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2021 UK EDITION


Appendix edition 2021 , index 04 - 07 New for 2021 INDEX

08 - 09 JUB Flower designer app 10 - 11 Inspiration 12 Botanical bulbs 13 Bulbs all-round applicable 14 - 17 JUB TOP 25 best bulbs

Ordering via our webshop By logging in as a customer to a special secure part of our website, you have the option to place your order online with JUB. You can request your login code via our customer services dept. By ordering your bulbs online you save a lot of time and you immediately have an overview of what you have ordered. You also have an overview of the current stock of available products.

18 The dry garden 19 Bulbs in prairie gardens 20 The rain garden 21 Wadi 22 Autumn flowering bulbs 23 JUB specialists and terms

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PARTY

Herald of Spring Impressive colour pallette Fragrant Promise of Spring Cosy

Visit the JUB garden, nr. 14, at Keukenhof. Season 2021: March 20 - May 9

ATTENTION

Personal advice Dedicated specialists Eye for detail Own design Destinguished

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NEW 2021 EYE-CATCHERS

New 2021 Eye-catchers The beautiful JUB Keukenhof mixture “Hot & Cold”, in two flowering periods, flowered beautifully during Spring 2020 but could unfortunately not be admired by the public due to the Covid-19 pandemic. That is why it is all the more special that this mixture can now be ordered from JUB. This colourful and long-flowering mixture was designed byCarien van Boxtel, designer at JUB. Eye-catcher Hot & Cold The exuberant early flowering starts at the end of March, beginning of April with various types of tulips, Fritillaria raddeana, muscari, chionodoxa and daffodils.

Flowering period 1, end of March - mid April

1 Flowering continues with a festive explosion of colour in April with, among others, Fritillaria aurora, various daffodils, many tulips and various smaller varieties.

Flowering period 2, April - early May 3-5

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15-80cm. 125/m2

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35-40cm. 100m2

Eye-catcher Pink Revival

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Eye-catcher All that Matters

4-5 30-50cm. 100/m2

NEW 2021 EYE-CATCHERS & MIXTURES

Eye-catcher Purple Bling

25-35cm. 90m2

Eye-catcher Lemon Pie

3-5

25-50cm. 90/m2

New 2021 mixtures for road sides and grass Mixture Weesp

2-4

10-15cm. 350/m2

Oak Processionary Moth (OPM) Mixture

>6

2-5

10-30cm. 350/m2

>6

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New varieties 2021 Tul. Purple Dance

Tulipa Formosa

Tulipa Dreamer

Tulipa Ruby Prince

NEW VARIETIES 2021

Tul. Crême Fraîche

viridiflora

triumph

4-5

40 cm 11/12 12/+ 80/m2

Tulipa Helmar

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40 cm 11/12 12/+ 80/m2

Tulipa Tabledance

triumph

4-5

55 cm 11/12 12/+ 80/m2

Tulipa Budlight

4-5

25 cm 11/12 12/+ 80/m2

Narc. cordubensis

50 cm 11/12 12/+ 80/m2

Allium Red Giant

5-6

6

20 cm

14/15

30/m2

5

30 cm

25 cm

6/+

80/m2

All. Yellow Fantasy

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35 cm

6/8

100/m2

80/m2

double early

4

45 cm

5

50 cm

11/12

80/m2

Narc. Frosty Snow

40 cm

12/14

60/m2

4

50 cm 11/12 12/+ 80/m2

Narc. Prinses Amalia

90 cm

12/14

30/m2

4

35 cm 11/12 12/+ 80/m2

Tul. Green Power

triumph

4

50 cm

2-3

35 cm

12/14 100/m2

4-5 100 cm

20/+

20/m2

12/+

80/m2

Narc. Papillon Blanc

split corona

botanical

Fritillaria Sunset

Allium Magic

6-7

80/m2

single early

triumph

large cup

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11/12

Tulipa Continental

viridiflora

botanical

3-4

11/12

Tul. Viridflora Mix

double late

lily flowering

4-5

viridiflora

4

45 cm

12/14

60/m2

Fritillaria Green Eyes

4-5

70 cm

20/24

20/m2


New ORGANIC varieties 2021 Tulipa Big Love

triumph

4

45 cm

11/12

80/m2

55 cm

lily flowering

5

50 cm

11/12

80/m2

Puschkinia lib. Alba

11/12

80/m2

Tul. Freedom Flame

Tulipa Fire Wings

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Tulipa Blushing Lady

triumph

4-5

single late

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65 cm

11/12

80/m2

Allium neapolitanum

triumph

4

45 cm

11/12

80/m2

5-6

35 cm

4/+

100/m2

Narc. Salome

Scilla mischtschenkoana

Narc. Dutch Master

trumpet

large cup

3-4

15 cm

5/+

150/m2

2-3

12 cm

6/+

150/m2

Narcissus Yellow Cheerfulness

NEW ORGANIC VARIETIES 2021

Tulipa Apricona

3-4

Fritillaria persica

45 cm

12/14

60/m2

3-44

50 cm

12/14

60/m2

Iris reticulata Harmony

tazetta

4-5

45 cm

12/14

60/m2

4-5

90 cm

16/+

20/m2

2-3

15 cm

6/7

150/m2

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JUB’S UNIQUE FLOWERDESIGNER APP

JUB’s unique Flowerdesigner App SPRING VIRTUALLY COMES TO LIVE A practical app developed by JUB to visually show various bulb projects in advance, in a simple way. Take a picture of the project location and visualise for you or your customers the many options in terms of varieties, colours and flowering times.

JUB designer App on an iPad

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This app can only be used in conjunction with JUB and can’t be downloaded via the App store.

Perennial border with bulbs, option 1

Perennial border with bulbs, option 2

Roadside planting, option 1: narcissi + tulips

Roadside planting, option 2: narcissi mix

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JUB’S UNIQUE FLOWERDESIGNER APP

AS EASY AS THIS

horizon

1. Take a photo and create the horizon

2. Define the area to be planted

3. Make a choice from varieties and mixtures

4. Sample result

SEE THE RESULT INSTANTLY We have the option to show you what the roadside or a flower bed will look like when the flowers are in full bloom How does the app work? 1. We take a picture of the area where flower bulbs are to be planted. You can also take a photo yourself and send it to us. We use the photo in the designer app 2. The area to be planted is defined 3. Select a flower mix or individual varieties. There are many different types and mixtures to choose from. It is also possible to choose the planting density per m2. 4. You can see the result of what you have chosen and how it will look like in reality. With the tool it will be easier to get an impression of the many options available with flower bulbs. Do you have an area that you are considering decorating with flower bulbs? Contact your JUB specialist and discuss the possibilities.

Mixed crocuses in grass

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Inspiration INSPIRATION

MASS PLANTINGS OF SPRING BULBS IN UK PROJECTS

Mixed alliums at RHS Harlow Carr, UK

Tulips in pots, UK

Tulipa American Dream Forde Abbey, Somerset, UK

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Tulipa Ballerina at Forde Abbey, Somerset, UK


INSPIRATION

Eye-catcher ‘Daily News’ at Arundel Castle, UK

Scilla siberica in woodland, UK

Allium Globemaster, Allium Ambassasor and Salvia in Kew Gardens, UK

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BOTANICAL BULBS IN ROAD SIDES

Botanical bulbs in road sides EXAMPLES OF BOTANICAL BULBS IN ROAD SIDES

Various tulipa clusiana varieties and other small flowering botanical tulips

Fritillaria meleagris and various other botanical bulbs

Tulipa sylvestris

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Bulbs all-round applicable BULBS ALL-ROUND APPLICABLE

There is always room for flower bulbs. Around trees, next to a bus stop or on a roundabout. Flower bulbs are suitable for locations with sun or more shade in dry soil as well as in more humid conditions. Even in case the designated area is just one square meter, by using the right bulbs you can make the difference from very boring to a beautiful Spring explosion.

Around trees in a street

Near a bus stop

Around the base of trees in a park

On a roundabout

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Our TOP 25 best bulbs JUB HJUB ollan Hdol

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OUR TOP 25 BEST BULBS

THE BEST BULBS ACCORDING TO JUB JUB Holland supplies hundreds of types of spring flowering bulbs for gardens and parks. We put the 25 very best here in the limelight: strong varieties, the most reliable to come back or to naturalise; varieties that give every garden a huge boost! All varieties are briefly described and we also provide tips for application, flowering time, soil type, sun/shade, garden space and combination options. On page 17 you will find information on how to participate in the “JUB top 25” brochure with your own logo and contact details. Allium nigrum

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Allium sphaerocephalon One of the easiest alliums for a sunny place. Indispensable due to late flowering in June! Their nickname: Drumsticks, eggshaped flowers on long, thin stems, nice between ornamental grasses such as Pennisetum and Stipa and thin, transparent plants such as Thalictrum, Nepeta or even camassias.

A very special allium, because it has a semi-circular flower and looks therefore very natural. Thanks to the green/ white colour, it also combines perfectly into many different colour schemes. Plant them between Alchemilla, Astrantias or grey-leaved plants, such as Artemisia and Salvia. Allium ‘Purple Sensation’

Camassia leichtlinii ‘Caerulea’

A very strong variety and one of the few alliums that can also be used in semi-shade. A fantastic purple colour which combines beautifully with Astrantia, Knautia macedonica, Verbena bonariensis or with ornamental grasses. Tulipa ‘Royal Virgin’

A bulb that thrives well in our climate in a humid location. Their pointed leaves emerge early and in May/June the beautiful long spikes follow with clear blue star-shaped flowers. Beautiful in a sunny border, with Nepeta, alliums, and ornamental grasses. Galanthus elwesii

A beautiful pure white triumph tulip. One of the most elegant garden tulips! Fantastic between long-flowering Helleborus argutifolius but actually this tulip can be used anywhere. Hyacinthoides non-scripta The true ‘English Bluebell’. To be seen in spring all over Great Britain: magical forests, which turn completely blue in April / May. Beautiful under deciduous shrubs in a natural woodland, but also great in the wildflower meadow. Great in a shady, moist and nutrient-rich place between Tiarella, Brunnera or Pulmonaria.

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A bulb that cannot be missed in any garden! The snowdrop feels particularly at home on nutrient-rich clay soils. They quickly form large clumps, which can be dug up after flowering and then split and replanted. Snowdrops thrive everywhere: under shrubs, in the lawn, in the border or under a hedge. Combines great with other early flowering bulbs, such as Cyclamen coum, Crocus sieberi “Firefly”, Scilla mischtschenkoana and among evergreen ground cover plants.


OUR TOP 25 BEST BULBS

Muscari latifolium

Crocus tommasinianus ‘Ruby Giant’ Dark blue grape hyacinth with a sky blue top and long flowering! If they are not planted too dry, they will return reliably. Beautiful between mauve- or purplecoloured or black tulips, such as ‘Queen of Night’.

Allium ‘Gladiator’

A variety of the woodland crocuses and a well-known historic naturalising bulb. One of the best naturalisers, especially in a sunny lawn or under winter flowering shrubs. Unlike the name suggests, it is a modest and subtle crocus with a beautiful purple lilac colour. Ornithogalum nutans A real naturalising bulb with star-shaped whitegray flowers. The flowers are colored soft green on the inside. Common name is “Drooping Star.” Loves nutrient-rich, moist, calcareous soil. The plant can have some shade and does well as an undergrowth on semi-open shrubs.

A tall, ball-shaped lilac purple allium, with beautiful, compact and strikingly large flowers, which can be used perfectly between perennials that only flower in the mid-summer. This combination immediately hides the leaves, which are less beautiful. Floating above ornamental grasses, but also between asters, Helenium and monkshood, Narcissus triandrus ‘Thalia’

Scilla siberica

For many, the favourite garden daffodil. It’s an elegant variety, rich flowering and a beautiful, hanging, pure white flower. Very nice between Geranium phaeum, ostrich fern and salomons seal. Indispensable in a white garden with, among other things, Brunnera, Leucojum aestivum, Lunaria rediviva and early flowering white tulips.

The darkest blue among the blue naturalising bulbs. Beautiful glossy leaves and rich flowering on slightly damp soil, beautiful under spring flowering shrubs such as Magnolia or Viburnum or combined with Epimediums.

Crocus vernus ’Flower Record’

Naricssus ‘Jetfire’ A relatively low strong variety with striking warm yellow reflexed petals and a contrasting bright orange trumpet. Beautiful in grass or combined with calm foliage plants or orange winter pansies.

The darkest purple large flowering Dutch crocus, a striking appearance in Feb./March. They prefer a sunny place. Beautifully combined in the lawn with Scilla or with other crocuses, such as ‘King of the Striped’ or tommasinianus or ‘Blue Pearl’. Fantastic bee plant.

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OUR TOP 25 BEST BULBS

Our TOP 25 best bulbs - cont’d Tulipa turkestanica

Tulipa ‘Queen of Night’ A graceful and natural looking little tulip that makes several stems and reliably comes back in a sunny spot. The leaves are beautifully grey-blue, the flower white with a yellow centre and grey on the outside. Beautiful in lawns or meadows or as an intermediate planting between larger tulips.

Tulipa ‘Spring Green’

A classic in every border. The combinations with lilac, mauve, blue and white are very strong. Flowers relatively late, so let them be preceded by many other early flowering bulbs. Very classy in combination with the mauve-coloured T. ‘Blue Diamond’ or the double flowered T. ‘Black Hero’. Also beautiful with camassia. Black with salmon/ apricot is also a great combination, or combined with bronze-coloured Euphorbia griffithii and Epimedium ‘Amber Queen’. Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus

A garden favourite for a long time and easy to combine because of its natural look. Nice together with yellow-green or chartreuse flowering plants, such as Smyrnium perfoliatum, Euphorbia or with the young leaves of hostas, lilac Lunarias and white/green solomon’s seal. Scilla mischtschenkoana A naturalising bulb in the most fairytale-like ice-blue colour (with a darker vein) that appeals to everyone and combines great: ton sur ton with other clear blue or purple/ lilac shades, with pink, white or with bright green. Can really be used anywhere!

The very last daffodil of the season, and not the least! Bright white with a bright orange with green “eye”, also called ‘pheasant eye’. Beautiful in large numbers in lawns or flower meadow. Also nice among late tulips, such as the ‘Queen of Night’, ‘Black Hero’, and the orange ‘Ballerina’ or ‘Prinses Irene’. Also exciting with bright pink Gladiolus byzantinus and Carthusian pinks.

Tulipa sylvestris The only native and “natural” tulip we know and a beloved naturaliser. A graceful, always bent flower stalk carries a relatively small, pointed and fragrant flower. The name ‘Woodland Tulip’ is confusing because this tulip prefers to be in the sun, especially in a wildflower meadow or a natural, sunny border. Lifting them after a few years and replanting them encourages the flowering.

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Crocus vernus ‘Jeanne d’Arc’

Tulipa clusiana

A pure white crocus. An eye catcher in lawns in February and March. Beautiful with other early white varieties, such as snowdrops, Scilla siberica ‘Alba’ and small-flowered crocuses such as ‘Snowbunting’, sieberi ‘and ‘Ard Also called “Lady Tulip”: a highlight of beauty and Schenk’. elegance: pointed flower, white with a pink-red blush and a beautiful centre. Both in bud and fully opened a Tulipa ‘Pink Impression’ jewel in every garden. Give them a place in nutritious A sturdy, robust tulip soil in a warm place, for example a not too damp lawn with warm apricot pink or in the front of the border. Also beautiful in pots flowers as big as eggs! with, for example, white grape hyacinths. Very effective in a Narcissus Rijnveld’s Early Sensation sunny border. Excitingly A yellow trumpet daffodil combined with purple with a very early flowering Dame’s Violets, Geranium in January / February. phaeum, Lunaria or wall Beautiful in borders, flowers. Also beautiful with under shrubs and in pots, simultaneously flowering and also suitable for tulips such as the fragrant grass. Flowers together lily-flowered ‘Ballerina’ or with the first snowdrops, with the delicate Narcissus scillas and botanical ‘Thalia’. crocuses.

EVERY FLOWER BULB ITS OWN PLACE Flower bulbs come in all shapes and sizes: from very exuberant and brightly coloured to subtle white and porcelain blue. Many bulbs, such as alliums, camassias and tulips, fit well in a sunny flower border, where they bloom prior to the summer flowering perennials. Especially in prairie / ornamental grass borders, which have their peak in late summer, flower bulbs are a great addition. Many small bulbs are woodland plants that perform well in shady areas. The same small varieties often also suit a sunny border: precisely because they flower so early, they make the border fascinating year-round. Once they have finished flowering, they quickly disappear under the ground to appear more numerous the following year.

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You can “participate” with this brochure including your company There is a suitable flower bulb for every garden and every garden logo and contact details. style! Whether it is a minimalistic garden, a natural, modern or classic garden: bulbs go with every garden style, as long as you know how to From 100 copies (double-sided A3, full colour). apply and combine them: with other bulbs, but also with other plants! Info from the JUB specialists.

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The dry garden THE DRY GARDEN

ARE FLOWER BULBS DROUGHT RESISTANT? Not all flower bulbs are equally drought resistant, but especially the varieties that come from continental climates are candidates for the increasingly warmer and drier locations in our changing climate, provided that the drainage is good: these bulbs cannot withstand wet winters in combination with frost. Think of dry flower borders with no drainage, of the traditional rockeries, a prairie garden in lava but also larger containers, school gardens that are not watered during the summer holidays and even roof gardens. English garden architect Beth Chatto also used a variety of flower bulbs in her gravel garden. Below the main species and cultivars.

Tulipa saxatilis

Botanical tulips: saxatilis, turkestanica, linifolia and batalinii. Alliums: christophii, atropurpureum, Miami, Purple Sensation, karataviense, sphaerocephalon and moly.

Tulipa turkestanica

Ipheion uniflorum: Alberto Castillo , Wisley Blue and Tessa. Iris reticulata & Iris histriodes: Katharine Hodgkin, Pauline, Harmony and Alida. Eremurus Narcissus: Hawera, Baby Boomer, cordubensis, Sailboat and Geranium.

Eremurus

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Iris Harmony

Narcissus cordubensis

Narcissus Geranium


Bulbs in prairie gardens BULBS IN PRAIRIE GARDENS

BULBS BETWEEN GRASSES AND SPECIFIC PRAIRIE PLANTS A prairie garden is a low maintenance planting system that creates a natural balance between plants. The combination of strong perennials and ornamental grasses give a completely different picture in colour and structure, five to six times per year. The look is attractive all year round. Because many prairie plants start late, bulbous plants are used for colour in Spring. Suitable prairie garden varieties are allium, camassia, ornithogalum, irises, but also botanical tulips and daffodils.

Iris hollandica Red Ember

Allium Purple Rain

2 SPECIAL ‘ready-to-plant’ PRAIRIE BULB MIXTURES Prairie mix white - for 10m2 A bulb mixture of mainly white flowering varieties. Specific for a prairie garden with white crocuses, tulips turkestanica and ‘Spring Green’, daffodils ‘Thalia’ and ‘Stainless’, Hyacinthoides white, Leucojum ‘Gravetye Giant’, white allium and white camassia.

Prairie mix pink - for 10m2 A bulb mixture of mainly pinkflowering varieties. Specific for a prairie garden with, among other things, pink chionodoxa, tulips saxatilis and ‘Greenland’, daffodils ‘Thalia’ and ‘Pink Charm’, Hyacinthoides pink, Leucojum ‘Gravetye Giant’, Allium ‘Purple Rain’ and blue camassia.

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THE RAIN GARDEN / WADIS

The rain garden / wadis WET GROWING PLACES IN THE URBAN AREA A whole new form of specially designed wet locations are so-called wadis. A wadi actually works just like a floodplain or a river bed. It is a designated place that is occasionally completely flooded. At this location, the water can slowly sink in and is then slowly transported away to the ground and surface water. In this way it protects the sewage system. A wadi system is designed to collect a certain volume of water. The wadi is usually calculated for a maximum water depth of around 30 to 40 cm and is then under water for a short period, usually no more than 24 hours. Outside these inundation periods, the wadi is often dry for a long time. A rain garden is a sunken planting area with a flat bottom, planted with a variety of plants and shrubs. It is intended to temporarily collect water after a heavy rain shower and let it sink slowly. The plants serve to retain the water, to allow it to infiltrate the soil better and to allow it to evaporate. Like a wadi, a rain garden is dry most of the time.

Camassia quamash

Below are the main flower bulb types and cultivars for wadis, rain gardens and other humid locations: Camassia cusickii Camassia leichtlinii Camassia quamash Nectaroscordum siculum Leucojum aestivum ‘Gravetye Giant’ Fritillaria meleagris Narcissus Jonquilla Hybrids Galanthus nivalis Muscari azureum Muscari botryoides

Galanthus nivalis

Nectaroscordum siculum

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Muscari botryoides


BULBS IN WADIS AT APPELTERN, HOLLAND

Bulbs in wadis at the Gardens of Appeltern, Holland MOIST LOVING BULBS AND PERENNIALS

Leucojum aestivum Gravetye Giant in april

The same wadi in may/june with Lupine and various other moist loving plants

Leucojum aestivum and Fritillaria meleagris in april

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AUTUMN FLOWERING BULBS

Autumn flowering bulbs COLCHICUM AND AUTUMN CROCUSES Colchicum autumnale looks a bit like a giant crocus. It blooms in Autumn (hence its name) without foliage. The leaves appear in Spring, but die before the plant comes into bloom. Plant the bulbs of colchicums in August, preferably in slightly damp and nutritious soil. The location can be sunny. The bulbs are planted 10-20 cm deep. They are best planted together, in groups of five to ten at a distance of 15-20 cm apart. The longer they are established, the more abundantly they bloom. They are completely hardy. Autumn flowering crocuses (Crocus sativus / safran crocus) are a lot smaller than colchicums but flower just as richly and are just as beautiful. Suitable for naturalising in sunny and warm places. Crocus sativus has a strong preference for well-drained clay-limy soil with a high organic content.

Crocus sativus

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Colchicum autumnale


JUB specialisten Jos Smit Sales UK + 31 (0)6 5161 8326 (mobile) jos.smit@jubholland.nl

Jaap-Jan Uittenbogaard Directeur - Retail sales + 31 (0)6 5021 0935 (mobile) + 31 (0)252 204 110 (direct) jaap-jan@jubholland.nl

Peter van der Geer Sales UK + 31 (06) 1453 8200 (mobile) + 31 (0)252 204 118 (direct) peter@jubholland.nl

Jaap Uittenbogaard Sales Landscape and Retail + 31 (0)6 5375 0393 (mobile) + 31 (0)252 204 116 (direct) jaap@jubholland.nl

Cees van der Lip Export manager +31 (0)252 204 108 cees@jubholland.nl

Jos Beelen Sales Central Europe + 31 (0)6 5183 0080 (mobile) + 31 (0)252 204 114 (direct) j.beelen@jubholland.nl

Rick van Zelst Assistant export manager +31 (0)252 204 105 rick@jubholland.nl

Tony Lindhout Sales UK + 31 (0)6 2250 3674 (mobile) + 31 (0)252 201 113 (direct) tonylindhout@jubholland.nl

Jusso Anttila Sales Finland + 35 840 023 2024 (mobile) taimiagentti@taimiagentti.fi

JUB SPECIALISTS & TERMS

Robbert Uittenbogaard Director - Landscape sales + 31 (0)6 5155 3625 (mobile) + 31 (0)252 204 112 (direct) robbert@jubholland.nl

Job van Eeden Sales UK/Netherlands + 31 (0)6 4397 8319 (mobile) + 31 (0) 252 204 109 (direct) job@jubholland.nl

Terms & conditions

General: All quotations and deliveries by JUB Holland & JUB Holland UK LTD (Jac. Uittenbogaard & Zonen B.V.) are exclusively made on the basis of the general terms and conditions for flower bulbs by Anthos, the Royal Trade Association for Nursery Stock and Flower Bulbs, as well as the additional conditions below. The full Anthos Terms and Conditions for bulbs are available on the JUB Holland website. Any additional conditions applied by the buyer are hereby explicitly rejected, unless otherwise agreed in writing. By placing an order, the buyer accepts fully and without reservation these terms and additional conditions. Quotations: All offers and quotations made by JUB Holland are entirely without obligation. Offers have a validity of 30 days. An agreement is concluded after it has been confirmed in writing by the seller. All prices of the products are quoted in Euros (€) excluding VAT, Ex Works Noordwijkerhout in The Netherlands, unless otherwise agreed. The minimum order unit per product is stated on the price list. Delivery: In a case of force majeure, including but not limited to harvest results, resulting in that JUB Holland cannot deliver products, we reserve the right to cancel or adjust the agreement in writing, completely or partially. Although the stated delivery time will be taken into account as much as possible, this delivery time is only approximate and can never be considered a strict deadline. JUB Holland is not liable for damage as a result of late delivery. Payment: Payment must be made within 30 days after the invoice date, unless otherwise agreed in writing. When paying within eight days, 1% payment discount is allowed. If the payment term is exceeded, JUB Holland is entitled to charge the statutory interest from the due date. As long as no full payment of all amounts invoiced by JUB Holland has taken place, the delivered products remain the property of JUB Holland and it has the right to take back the products. In the case of new customers, JUB Holland reserves the right to only deliver after advance payment. Complaints: The buyer is obliged to examine the products upon delivery for any visible and/or immediately observable defects. Complaints must be submitted in writing at the latest within seven calendar days after delivery. By submitting a complaint, the payment obligation of the buyer is not suspended.

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